Coats You Need This Fall

August Harvest – personal shopper recommendation/picks


(1st and 4th) Classic black coats.
1st one is wool and velvet paneled coat. By AlexanderMcQueen from Browns Fashion

The 4th one has 2 embroidered patches, that links to architectural inspiration. By Dries Van Noten from Browns Fashion

The 2nd one. Perfectly fit, classic cut double-breasted coat. If you are bored of camel color – try this camel tan color. By AMI Alexandre Mattiussi from SSENSE

The 3rd one black and white houndstooth print. Finished by the highest standards of tailoring. Style it with your 9-6 and night out outfit – going to work perfectly. By Gabriele Pasini from Farfecth

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Simon Porte Jacquemus, Demna Gvasalia, and others made us fill our wardrobes with oversized pieces. This trend is my favorite one, as I love wearing coats, jumpers, and trousers that are a size or two bigger than my other clothes.

The 1st one is my absolute favorite (as I am in love with Raf Simons’ talent of making clothes) – multicolored oversized tweed coat. You can wear in many different ways: rolled-up sleeves, on your shoulders, collar up, collar down, etc. From Farfetch.

The 2nd one is by the father of avant-garde, Japanese designer – Yohji Yamamoto. This black coat features artsy embroidering and if you are wearing a plain outfit would make it look much more interesting. From Farfetch.

The 3rd one is a kimono sleeve coat, which had dropped shoulders or let’s say no-shoulders. The shade of red is perfect for this time of year and coat is finished beautifully.
Minimal. By wooyoungmi from SSENSE.

The 4th one. Another one from AMI by Alexandre Mattiussi. Perfect length. Grey wool coat with an unusual collar. From SSENSE.



The 1st one. Double breasted hidden buttons coat. Classic coat, which is always on trend. Very practical, minimal, beautifully finished. By Balenciaga from Browns Fashion.

The 2nd one. If you want more colors, choose this olive green coat, by Acne Studios. Wool and cashmere blend. Acne’s minimalism and sharp cuts. From SSENSE.

The 3rd one is by Saint Laurent. A classic single-breasted black coat with faux fur collar, for everyone who needs that extra warm. From Farfetch.

The 4th one. Calling all the camel lovers! Yes, this is it, if you are going to wear camel coat this season it better be by Gucci. This wool blend single breasted coat has trim details and looks absolutely stunning. from Browns Fashion


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Evgeni Asenov

For the last 4 years I've been enthusiastic about men's style, lifestyle and fashion. Trough trial and error I've learned some things in this area and now I'm here to share with everyone who might be interested.

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